Here you will find examples of the types of reports Protos members have access to. You must logon to have access to these reports. Performance reports are divided into three categories:

There are many other possibilities possible and we are interested in adding additional reports. If you have any ideas for additional meaningful reports, please contact us at .

In addition to all the reports after four scorecards have been entered your Golf Handicap will be calculated. Golf Handicap is equivalent to the 'RCGA Handicap Factor'™ as it is calculated according to the same rules that the Royal Canadian Golf Association (RCGA) publishes. While it passes all the tests used to certify software suppliers, since it is not an official RCGA Handicap Factor, players are ineligible to enter national or provincial amateur competitions.

Community Report

These statistics cover the entire Protos golf community.

Course Popularity

Ranks the top 25 most popular courses in terms of the number of scorecards submitted for them.

Membership and Scorecard Growth

This chart shows two overlaid distributions. The first (Scorecard Updates) shows the cummulative number of scorecard updates performed by the entire Protos golf community. The second (New Registrations) shows the cummulative number of Protos members.

Gender

This chart quite simply illustrates the gender distribution among our members.

Demographic

This chart illustrates the age distribution among our members.

Personal Report

Handicap Ranking

How does your average score measure up for this course among the entire Protos golfing community? Exceptional = top 5%, Above Average = top 25%, Average = middle 50%, Below Average = bottom 25%, Poor = bottom 5% Notice that the meter is not based on your ranking, but rather your actual handicap factor.

Handicap History

Displays the changes in your (18-hole) Golf Handicap Factor after each posted scorecard.

Handicap Distribution

This chart shows two overlaid distributions. The first area (All Handicaps) shows the overall handicap distribution for the entire Protos golf community. The second area (Peer Group Handicaps) shows the distribution of handicaps for your peer group (gender and age bracket). The vertical bar is your current handicap.

Player Course Popularity

This chart shows the frequency you played each course.

Course Reports

These reports are specific to a particular course. You will be provided with a course report for each different course you have submitted a scorecard for.

Personal Ranking for Course

How does your average score measure up for this course among the entire Protos golfing community? Exceptional = top 5%, Above Average = top 25%, Average = middle 50%, Below Average = bottom 25%, Poor = bottom 5%

Personal Scores for Course

This chart shows your hole-by-hole performance for a specific course. The range bar illustrates your best and worst scores for that hole and the level marker shows your average score.

Community Scores for Course

This is a Box and Whisker chart that shows the entire Protos golf community hole-by-hole performance for a specific course. The level marker and score which overlay each box and whisker bar are your average score.

Personal Score Progress for Course

Your entire game history is laid out listing the par differential for each game (needs to be a differential since each course will have its own par). A vertical bar marks each time you played at this particular course. The number represents your overall par differential for that game.